Approved Projects & Studies

CanPath has supported more than 100 research projects and activities, many of which have resulted in publications in high impact journals.

For a detailed listing of active projects and studies within each regional cohort, please visit the cohort websites.

2020

Comparative analysis of human oral microbiota associated with cancer development in participants of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health (CanPath) Project

Principal Investigator: Dr. Morgan Langille

Affiliation: Dalhousie University

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2020

SynthEco: Synthetic Ecosystems for Expanding Cohort Data to Full Population-Level Representation and Visualization for Decision Support: A Novel Methodology to Improve Urban Population Health

Principal Investigator: Dr. Laurette Dubé

Affiliation: McGill University

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2019

Environment, epigenetics and rheumatic disease

Principal Investigator: Dr. Sasha Bernatsky

Affiliation: McGill University

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2019

Lifestyle and Cancer: Identifying new risk factors for the most common cancers in Canada

Principal Investigator: Dr. Rachel Murphy

Affiliation: School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia

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2019

Exposure to ultraviolet radiation and the risk of cancer incidence: A secondary data analysis of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP) cohort

Principal Investigator: Dr. Will King

Affiliation: Queen's University

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2019

The Genetic Basis of Hair and Eye Color in Canadians of European Ancestry

Principal Investigator: Dr. Esteban Parra

Affiliation: University of Toronto at Mississauga

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2018

Comparative Effectiveness Research in the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health Cohort

Principal Investigator: Dr. Sasha Bernatsky

Affiliation: Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre

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2018

Epidemiology of Rare Cancers in Canada: Developing a framework for surveillance, cost analysis and etiologic research

Principal Investigator: Dr. Faith Davis

Affiliation: University of Alberta

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2018

Examining the etiology of young-onset breast cancer in the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project

Principal Investigator: Dr. Darren Brenner

Affiliation: University of Calgary

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2018

Investigating the Roles of Radon Exposure, Air Pollution, and Diet on Lung Cancer Risk in the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project

Principal Investigator: Dr. Victoria Kirsh

Affiliation: Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

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